SturtzCHEM 113 Updated January6, 20201 Spring2020CHEMISTRY 113 – SPRING2020PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Instructor: Office: Email: Telephone: Lecture: Laboratory: Dr. BenjaminSturtzMillis Hall, 222A email@example.com (216) 368-3599MondayMillis -Schmitt Lecture Hall Tuesday Millis 210 Thursday Millis 210 4:25 pm -5:15pm 8:15 am -11:15 am 1:00 pm -4:00 pm 4:15pm -7:15pm8:15 am -11:15 am 1:00 pm -4:00 pm 4:15pm -7:15pm Course Prerequisite/Co-requisite: CHEM 105 or CHEM 106 or CHEM 111 or ENGR 145 Course Website: The Chemistry 113 page on Canvas will contain all course-related materials, including updated syllabi, lecture slides, lab protocols, and additional resources. All grades for this course will be posted to Canvas on a regular basis. You are responsible for all updates posted to Canvas. If you find any mistakes in content or grading, or if you need help accessing these materials, please contact your TA or instructor within a week of receiving the graded assignment. Required Materials 1.Laboratory Composition Notebook2.Lab coat3.Safetygoggles4.Students in Thursday lab sections will also need a combination lock Instructor Office Hours TBA, or by appointment To schedule an alternate appointment, contact me by email and kindly include: •The course name “CHEM 113,” your section day/time and your available times to meet.Friday Millis 210 3:20 pm - 6:20 pm
SturtzSpring2020CHEM 113 Updated January6, 20202 Catalog Description A one semester laboratory based on quantitative chemical measurements. Experiments include analysis, synthesis and characterization, thermochemistry and chemical kinetics. Computer analysis of data is a key part of all experiments.Missed Laboratory Policy Students absent from a lab session due to either (a) documented illness or (b) documented University conflict must contact Dr. Sturtzby email immediately, preferably before the missed lab period. Students who do not email the instructor within two days of the missed lab will not be able to make-up the experiment. Upon notification of the instructor, the student must directly contact the Office of Student Advancement to record their special circumstances. All approved make-up experiments will take place during the scheduled makeup laboratory periods during the weeks of March2-6th(Experiments 1-6) or April13-17th(Experiments 7-10). Students without documentation for their absence are not eligible for a make-up assignment and will receive a zero (0) for the missed experiment. Accommodation Policy for Students with Disabilities In accordance with federal law, if you have a documented disability, you may be eligible to request accommodations from Disability Resources. In order to be considered for accommodations you must present a memo from disability resources. Please contact their office to register at 216.368.5230 or get more information on how to begin the process. Accommodations are not retroactive. Academic Integrity Students in this course that violate the academic integrity standards set forth by Case Western Reserve University (found at ), the College of Arts and Sciences, and/or the Department of Chemistry will be dealt with according to the procedures set forth by these institutions. Such consequences may include but are not limited to loss of all credit on the relevant assignment or portion thereof, or failure of the course.
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